The Birth of the Irish Free State, 1921-1923

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Official Records

Cabinet Office Records, Public Record Office, London

Cab 23 Conclusions of Cabinet Meetings, 1919-22
Cab 24 Cabinet Papers, 1921-22
Cab 27 Cabinet Committees on Ireland, 1919-22
Cab 43 Records of Anglo-Irish Negotiations, 1921-22
Cab 21 Cabinet Registered Files, 1921-22
Cab 16/42 Committee of Imperial Defense, Subcommittee on Ireland, 1922

Dail Eireann Files, DE 2/304, State Paper Office, Dublin Castle, Records of the Treaty Negotiations, 1921


Private Papers

Lloyd George Papers, Series F, Prime Minister, 1916-22, Beaverbrook Library, London

Bonar Law Papers, 103, 107, Correspondence, 1920-21, Beaverbrook Library, London

Austen Chamberlain Papers, AC 5-6, 30-31, Correspondence, 1921-22, Univer- sity of Birmingham Library

Richard Mulcahy Papers, University College Archives, Dublin

Joseph McGarrity Papers, National Library of Ireland, Dublin

Florence O'Donoghue Papers, National Library of Ireland, Dublin

Michael Collins Assorted Papers, National Library of Ireland, Dublin

Michael Collins Assorted Papers, Liam Collins, Clonakilty, County Cork

William O'Brien Papers, National Library of Ireland, Dublin


Official Publications

Dail Eireann (Dublin: The Stationery Office)

(Official Record) Minutes of Proceedings of the First Parliament of the Republic of Ireland, 1919-1921

(Official Report) August, 1921 and February-June, 1922

Private Sessions of [the] Second Dail, 1921-1922 (August-September 1921 and December 1921-January 1922)

(Official Report) Debate on the Treaty between Great Britain and Ireland (December 1921-January 1922)

(Official Report) Parliamentary Debates, vols. I-III (September 1922-July 1923)

Official Correspondence relating to the Peace Negotiations, June-September, 1921

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